Український культурний ландшафт Нового світу очима Джона Лера

Maryna Hrymych


Стаття присвячена канадському досліднику Джону Леру, розглянуто етапи його наукової біографії та здійснено огляд праць, присвячених українському культурному ландшафту в Північній та Південній Америці.

Ключові слова

Джон Лер; канадська україністика; культурний ландшафт; українці Канади; українці Південної Америки

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